Black Moon Rising (Special Edition) (Blu-ray)

Directed by Harley Cokeliss

Release Year: 1986
Running Time: 100
UPC: 7 38329 23765 3
Optional English Subtitles: Yes
Color Type: Color
Country: U.S.
Language: English
Genres: Action, Thriller
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Cast
Tommy Lee Jones
Linda Hamilton
Robert Vaughn
Richard Jaeckel
William Sanderson
Bubba Smith
Lee Ving
Keenan Wynn
Nick Cassavetes
Don Keith Opper
Dan Shor

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Directed by Harley Cokeliss

Brand New 2K Restoration of the film from the Original 35mm interpositive! When master thief Sam Quint (Tommy Lee Jones, The Fugitive, Blown Away, The Park Is Mine) is hired by the government to steal top-secret data from a crime organization, he hides the stolen data in the experimental supercar, The Black Moon. But when the car is then stolen by high-tech auto thief Nina (Linda Hamilton, The Terminator), Quint must pull off the most daring heist of all: break into an impenetrable skyscraper and steal it back. With time running out and all sides closing in, Quint and Nina take The Black Moon on one final ride towards a shattering climax of sky-high suspense. Screenplay by legendary filmmaker John Carpenter (Escape from New York), Desmond Nakano (American Me) and William Gray (An Eye for an Eye), from a story by Carpenter. Top-notch direction by Harley Cokliss (Malone) with a rousing score by Lalo Schifrin (Prime Cut). The all-star cast includes Robert Vaughn (Bullitt), Richard Jaeckel (The Dirty Dozen), Lee Ving (The Taking of Beverly Hills), Bubba Smith (Police Academy), William Sanderson (Blade Runner), Keenan Wynn (Dr. Strangelove), Nick Cassavetes (The Wraith) and Don Keith Opper (Android).


Blu-ray Extras Include:

Audio Commentary by Lee Gambin, author of Show Me: The Making of Christine

Black Moon Ascending: Interview with director Harley Cokeliss

Thief in The Night: Producing Black Moon Rising: Interview with producer Douglas Curtis

Sound of Speed: Composing Black Moon Rising - Interview with composer Lalo Schifrin and film music historian Daniel Schweiger

Carpenter’s Craft: A video essay on co-writer John Carpenter’s screenwriting career by author and critic Troy Howarth

Making Black Moon Rising: An archival documentary featuring behind-the-scenes footage and cast and crew interviews

Alternative Hong Kong version scenes, a presentation of selected scenes from the Hong Kong theatrical version with a different score and sound effects

Uncompressed PCM 2.0 stereo audio and alternative 5.1 DTS-HD MA soundtrack

Reversible Art

Radio Spots

Theatrical Trailer


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